Android Launcher gets a Digital Health Feature – Office.com/setup

Recently, Microsoft has announced that the company is adding its own digital feature to its Android launcher app. However, the Google has already added a similar feature to the Android Pie, Microsoft’s Launcher are now allowing the  Android users to access the ability to easily track how long apps are being used for. By using this heath app you can be able to track the screen time, app usage and also even the amount of time you have unlocked your phone. The Microsoft Launcher is supported only on Android 4.2 and above versions, so the Microsoft opened the digital health feature which is available for lots of Android user.

However, the latest 5.1 update to the Microsoft Launcher also includes To-Do and also Sticky Notes integration, which allowing user to sync your tasks and also make some notes from this app. Even Microsoft is now planning to add “Hey Cortana” support only to release some digital assistant from this Android launcher.

Over the past years, Microsoft is consistently updating its new Android Launcher, which can help the entire software giant in embracing Android as the mobile version of Windows. Earlier of this year, Microsoft added in Family-Focused Features, and also support for the Windows 10 Timeline features which allows users to resume the applications and also sites across all the devices. Now, the Microsoft Launcher 5.1 is immediately available as a beta version direct from the Google Play Store and should also be releasing out to all the users around the world in the coming weeks of this year.

Jack Tucker is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry from last 10 year. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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